Chevron-Woodside Chair in Long Subsea Tiebacks, UWA
Zach is the Director of the Centre for Long Subsea Tiebacks and leads the Flow Assurance research theme in the Fluid Science and Resources cluster at UWA where he is a Professor of Chemical Engineering. His research expertise covers gas hydrates and interfacial phenomena in multiphase production systems, and environmental management of deepwater oil and gas releases. Zach received his PhD from the Center for Hydrate Research at the Colorado School of Mines in 2012, under the supervision of Profs. Dendy Sloan and Carolyn Koh.
Training Centre Projects: Reducing MEG Use Through Under-Inhibited Operations, Probabilistic Hydrate Formation Risk, Bio-compatible Anti-AgglomerantsBack to Our People